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>> ian: juwan morgan is fouled from behind. >> bill: the hustle plays. most of them have gone to indiana. >> ian: williams upset at himself that he missed the free throws. indiana retains it and morgan, a 76% shooter is at the stripe. >> bill: the pieces fit for indiana. it's not like there is a buzz saw of overall talent but as a team they're magnificent contributors. >> ian: they won the big ten title in 2013. they lost their top four scorers from that team that included oladipo and zeller. tom crean has been able to get this team back to that high level. >> bill: it's the speed of the game that's devastating. you've
the push. the willingness to spread and attack stretches your d. tough pass. >> ian: ferrell. the turnover. >> bill: he knows. a little giveaway. trimble a little frustrated. how smart is he? didn't go all the way -- actually picked it up, i think he was going to make a play for a cutting hoosier. >> i thought you were going to say "smarter than your average point guard." >> bill: that he is. that's not going out on a limb. >> ian: i'm like your "boo-boo." >> bill: hurt his shoulder again. >> ian: a left-shoulder injury he was dealing with heading into this game. >> bill: looks like that thing again -- even though he's bending over, excruciating pain. >> ian: he aggravated it against iowa. tom crean comes over
the medical staff will come over. dr. steve opfelt who played here for bob knight. >> ian: doing his job trying to tip a ball, and did, by the way, did his job. >> bill: did and paid for it, and tom was saying to both of us that at the end of the year, it's happened so often they're going to have to address it. god bless him, huh? >> ian: indiana playing without robert johnson. high left-ankle sprain. morgan was a question mark for this game. hartman was a question mark for this game. they help the freshman to the locker room with 1:20 left to play. >> bill: yesterday he was saying "i feel pretty good. ready to go."
earlier in the game, soaring -- tom and the staff, tim buckley worked hard, chuck martin, rob judson, on the other end i spoke to hall of famer at st. mary's who watches the games, he studied, by the way -- la salle guy. >> ian: brantley in for maryland, trimble will sit and melo trimble wraps up his day with 17 points. four rebounds. three assists. >> bill: indiana puts so much pressure on you. constant. every trip. you've got to match it. >> ian: 17 for yogi ferrell. >> bill: nice hands. >> ian: layman gives it away. williams is fouled and now it's all window dressing for indiana.
>> ian: layman has fouled out. the big ten tournament coming up in indianapolis. indiana will be in the be one seed. michigan state the two. maryland entering action could have been the three, or the four. either way, they've got the double bye which was a big key for mark turgeon. >> bill: that's what his concern was. they've got a few days to get back together and get organized. this was a terrific performance. who was ready. watching practice, tom didn't want any letdown. layman's playing the game with them, not sitting down -- you get that reaction at home, don't you? >> ian: yeah, left, right. billy, maryland will be a part of it, indiana will be a part of it. we'll have it for you -- the big ten tournament, semifinals and
finals on cbs from indianapolis next weekend. >> bill: from beginning to end. >> ian: it's going to be a battle too. >> bill: it's going to be a great tournament. seven guaranteed, maybe eight teams. >> ian: depending on michigan. >> bill: yeah. >> ian: final 45 seconds. williams makes his move. hangs and hits. 80-62. williams has 23 to lead the hoosiers. >> bill: when he finishes at the rim, ooh, does that complement their sets. tom wanted to probably call that time out, continue play to get seniors in. >> ian: nickens had it blocked. anunoby. 20 seconds left. >> bill: they're going to call a time out and keep playing. just to keep playing. yeah.
just to get the seniors in. >> ian: senior day. yogi ferrell. >> ian: indelible impact that he's had on this program. >> bill: a keeper. early in the year, struggled a little bit. notre dame game seems, tom, to have turned the season around for them -- buckley with the hug -- why not? he is hugable. i've seen him play a lot of good games. this kid tees it up. >> ian: jackson tharp is in. >> bill: don't rub it in.
>> ian: he wants to get one more player in. tim priller. >> bill: something to talk about the rest of your life. >> ian: indiana riding the waves. big ten champions. they will enter the conference tournament as the number one seed. a convincing 80-62 win over maryland. the number 12 hoosier defeat the number 14 terrapins. for bill raftery, tracy wolfson and the rest of our crew, this is ian eagle saying so long from bloomington. tonight on cbs begins with 60 minutes followed by new episodes of emv madam secretary, the good wife and "c.s.i." cyber. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division
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picture. >> reporter: frank never worked directly for the former first lady, nancy reagan but the president and first lady were a team. mrs.reagan not shy about holding her husband's staff accountable. >> maybe the speech was not well received. it was made clear that the hope was that i would do better next time. [ laughter ] >> did it make you nervous? >> always. [ laughter ] >> reporter: always. >> reporter: but even he says without nancy reagan there would be no president ronald reagan. >> she was devoted to her husband. she wanted to make sure that he was successful. >> reporter: at the american history museum first lady exhibit many recalled that bond stphaopbd >> she struck me of poise. >> he was a great president but he had a great woman. sad to hear that. >> reporter: we found a woman who shares the first lady's name. >> i still get the -- oh aren't you? >> no, i am really not. >> reporter: bu
first lady's accomplishments with her husband or on her own. >> i think she was understated. did a lot behind-the-scenes which is really great. we don't necessarily need to be flashy to get things accomplished. >> reporter: and one of those accomplishments is encouraging her husband to negotiate with the soviet union. that is what contributed to the end of the cold war. back to you. >> thank you very much, what a legacy she leaves behind. well, changing gears now, the police looking for three people in connection with a goodly shooting in southeast dc today. wuas9 is live on alabama avenue with more on that investigation, stephanie? >> reporter: the community here is outraged that deadly shooting happened here especially in broad daylight. debra, i want you to take a look. you can see the shots bl
the shooting happened on alabama avenue in the middle of the down town area. shortly before 1:30 this afternoon. people were out and about enjoying the warm day shopping for groceries, getting gas and waiting for the bus when the day turned violent. metro police say a man and a woman were shot. the woman passed away. the witnesses tell me the man was shot in the leg. another person may have been injured. people who live here is a there must be more police patrols in this neighborhood. >> a young lady who probably went grocery shopping and came to sit on the bus to go home, now not going home but somewhere else now. it is unfortunate that she had to be subjected to this today. >> witness tells me a child was sitting right by that woman and hi
glass and hurt. the police are looking for two men and a woman who were in a green van. they believe those folks are responsible for this deadly shooting. if you know anything you are asked to call the metro police department. back to you. >> thank you very much, stephanie, for that report. no let up in the race forit white i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends said i should get fios because it's the fastest... i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (man) we're out of 2%. i wonder what else could be better around here? (man) i heard that. now get our best offer ever. super fast 100 meg internet, plus tv & phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract.
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let's talk a little high school hoops. now, high school boys, basketball team it has had an incredible season. running the table. never losing a game all year. no matter how good you are at any level it is so hard to do to stay upbeat en. and woodson, one final game left. dc final game facing friendship from the smith center campus of gp. this game never really in doubt. the warriors in transition, fielding the story, montgomery, shot a couple of days ago. he is all good to play. he gets the lay in. later, woodson, walker, he is going to hit the jumper as mission is accomplished as woodson goes 33-0. to win the db state title. >> we are the greatest thing, 32.
now, it is the same thing. >> if you actually knew like some of these kid's stories and what they went through, man. this story, this is truly amazing. >> don't worry. no question a great moment for them. so, the girls state title game, st. john's taking on visitation, big game for michigan bound robbins, saint john's winning the championship, congrats to them. the hoosiers, this so the road. a game you saw right here on wusa9. and company, as they were trying to fight here and claw and stay close. mellow tremble to the whole as he reached 1,000 point mark. impressive for a soft more. look at this one, going all of the way to indiana. bounces, the shots, the hustle points, indiana just too much. you can not do that. turnover, i ju h
points break out. through the lay in. they take care of the maryland terps, had one was a tough loss for maryland. and now we got to wait and see how they will do in the conference tournament, and then a week prosecute today. election sunday, game on, 11:30 a.m. big 10 championship game at 3 and the selection show 5:30 right here on wusa9.
>> i was a snowboarding instructor, a bouncer in a nightclub. >> laura logan: and now 44-year- old justin trudeau is a world leader. the new prime minister of canada and his wife will be guests of honor at a white house state dinner later this week. the trade and the syrian refugee crisis will likely be on the menu. while we were with trudeau we found out he loves to box and is not afraid of a fight. >> people think that boxing is all about how hard you can hit your opponent. it's not. it's about how hard of a hit you can take and keep going. >> i am no expert but from what i know, what happened in the things that were torn up, it had to be like an atomic explosion.